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Gloucester extend four key contracts

High flying Gloucester have made moves to solidify their status as one of the leading clubs in the Aviva Premiership, re-signing four players.

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Billy Twelvetrees, Henry Trinder, Tom Marshall and Lewis Ludlow have all committed to the club, although exact details haven’t been released.

“It’s been a great start to the season, and it was an easy decision for me to remain at the club,” said former England and British & Irish Lions centre Twelvetrees, 29, who has made over 100 appearances for Gloucester.

New Zealander Marshall, who played for both the Chiefs and Crusaders in Super Rugby, has yet to play for Gloucester this season after dislocating his shoulder.

“It’s been frustrating for me to miss the start of the season, and see the boys impressing, and I’m hugely excited to get out on the pitch and add to the team.

“The way the boys are trying to play under Johan [Ackermann] is great to see and suits me down to a tee. I’m delighted to continue my time here and play in front of the Gloucester fans.”

Fellow centre Trinder, 28, is in his tenth season at the club, playing over 120 games.

Meanwhile Ludlow, 23, made his debut in 2013 and recently made his 50th appearance.

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